Byron joined Bryden Wood in 2020 and has worked as an Associate Environmental Designer on a variety of projects.

Byron's focus is on assessing and improving building performance and occupant comfort. His expertise in building physics and sustainability combined with his desire to improve wellbeing using daylight, thermal and visual comfort defines his approach to all projects.

His overall goal is to enable better integration of environmental thinking during the design process.

Byron works alongside design teams to ensure that each client’s aspirations around building performance and wellbeing are met - and exceeded. With the use of parametric and dynamic techniques he enables a non-static, science-based design workflow.

He is a tutor in the Sustainable Environmental Design programme in the Architectural Association School of Architecture. He has also lectured at Manchester School of Architecture and the School of Architecture and Design in the University of Brighton.